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The pious ones of Plymouth who, reaching the Rock, first fell upon their own knees and then upon the aborigines.
The Jew is neither a newcomer nor an alien in this country or on this continent; his Americanism is as original and ancient as tha ...
On the thirty-first day of March, one hundred and forty-two years before this, probably about this time in the afternoon, there we ...
There might be seen here on the bank of the Merrimack, near Goff's Falls, in what is now the town of Bedford,... some graves of th ...
These are not the artificial forests of an English king,--a royal preserve merely. Here prevail no forest laws but those of nature ...
In him the animal man chiefly was developed. In physical endurance and contentment he was cousin to the pine and the rock.... But ...
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